The soil mycoflora of a forest of Pinus nigra Arnold, var. Laricio Poir.

Mosca, A.M.L.

An. Inst. bot. A. J. Cavanilles 18: 91-108

1960


Accession: 014272445

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Abstract
The dilution plate method was used on samples from an altitude of 1300 m in Aragon. The mycoflora of the topsoil was very heterogeneous and vertical distribution was inconstant in spite of the nearness of the profiles and the uniformity of the plant cover.